Gold Coast is startled by the train & # 39; crawling & # 39; – a nauseating new trend where criminals roam the city

The city is startled by the & # 39; crawling train & # 39 ;: a new trend where criminals jump with jumping trains, so that they can cross the crime in different suburbs

  • Gold Coast is startled by criminals engaged in a new trend called & # 39; crawling & # 39;
  • The term refers to jump trains and then bashen and robs residents
  • Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate confirmed that there is a problem with violence in the city

Teenage daughters illegally drive trains from their homes so that they can commit crimes in different suburbs in a disturbing trend that & # 39; are crawling & # 39; is called.

The Gold Coast has been struck by a small wave of crime that has mapped teenagers and robbed victims and has committed a number of breaks and steps.

Young people jump barriers to access trains without paying and travel through the city to commit crimes.

In a shocking incident, a 17-year-old girl was attacked so badly near Helensvale train station that doctors initially believed she had broken her neck.

Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate on Wednesday confirmed that there was a problem with crawling and said the city council had been talking to the Queensland police.

Commuters on the Gold Coast trains are harassed by teenage tower dancers traversing the city and engaged in a sick new trend crawling & # 39; crawling & # 39; is called

Commuters on the Gold Coast trains are harassed by teenage tower dancers traversing the city and engaged in a sick new trend crawling & # 39; crawling & # 39; is called

& # 39; You know, with CCTV cameras & # 39; s there, the recording will be there and we will use that to help the police continue for prosecutions, & # 39; Cr Tate told The Courier Mail.

Cr Tate urged villains to be wary of the cameras, which are just one security measure that authorities are taking to put an end to violence on the network.

Nick Easy, CEO of Queensland Rail, also confirmed that the network works with the police to prevent crime and antisocial behavior from occurring.

The CEO said the network has deployed a 78-officer police unit, which will patrol and operate from seven key stations, including Beenleigh and Robina stations.

& # 39; A number of other security staff also regularly patrol the network, including Queensland Rail officials, security staff and mobile security patrols with dogs & # 39 ;, said Easy.

He emphasized that any movement recorded on CCTV cameras will be monitored and maintained at the Queensland Rail 24-hour surveillance facility.

A series of security officers are set up to regularly patrol the network, including authorized Queensland Rail officers, security officers, and mobile security patrols with dogs

A series of security officers are set up to regularly patrol the network, including authorized Queensland Rail officers, security officers, and mobile security patrols with dogs

A series of security officers are set up to regularly patrol the network, including authorized Queensland Rail officers, security officers, and mobile security patrols with dogs

Queensland Rail is working with the police to improve the security around the network after a number of incidents at Helensvale station

Queensland Rail is working with the police to improve the security around the network after a number of incidents at Helensvale station

Queensland Rail is working with the police to improve the security around the network after a number of incidents at Helensvale station

Mr. Easy said that Queensland Rail had worked with the police to improve security around the network after a number of incidents at Helensvale station.

The CEO said that recent reports on anti-social behavior and violence at Helensvale Station in particular had led the authorities to tighten up security measures.

& # 39; In March alone, the police brigade carried out 10 operations at Helensvale station and two operations at Coomera station, with the support of Queensland Rail, & # 39; he said.

Mr. Easy said this year the network had already directed 18 targeted deployment to Helensvale train station by the competent Queensland Rail officer unit.

As part of the crackdown, Queensland Rail and QPS will continue to conduct high-visibility patrols at Helensvale and other locations on the network, he said.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the Cr Tate office for comments.

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